COVENTRY CITY V CRAWLEY TOWN
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 6TH AT 7.45PM
AT THE RICOH ARENA, PHOENIX WAY, COVENTRY, CV6 6GE
Kick off at 7.45pm.
By car: Leave the M6 at junction 3. Take the A444 towards the City centre and at the first island go left and you will see the Ricoh Arena on your right.
By rail: For all train information call National Rail Enquiries on: 08457 48 49 50, but be warned Coventry station is a £10+ taxi ride away.
Buses in Coventry
Parking: If the game is expected to attract less than 10,000 spectators then the Residental Parking Scheme will not be enforced.
City supporters can now pay on the day to park at the Ricoh Arena before Coventry City home games. £10 will be charged to park in Car Park A and C with £7 for Car Park B.
Parking places are subject to availability and motorists will not be allowed to leave the car parks A & B for twenty minutes after the final whistle.
Park And Ride
The park and ride site is at The Oak Pub in Baginton near to Coventry Airport. Parking at the two park and walk sites at Christ the King Football Club in Wheelwright Lane and St Finbarrs and Wayside Business Park in Wilsons Lane. Vehicles can park there for £5.50 per game.
Parking at the two park and walk sites at Christ the King Football Club in Wheelwright Lane and Wayside Business Park in Wilsons Lane won't be affected. Vehicles can park there for £5.50 per game.
For further information or to buy tickets at any the three sites log on to http://www.ricoharena.com/ or telephone 08444 121 747.
Kenilworth Supporters Club - http://www.coventrycity-mad.co.uk/news/tmnw/coventry_city_kenilworth_supporters_club_712828/index.shtml
Travel From London for Members of CCLSC http://www.cclsc.co.uk/
The Sky Blue Express return coach service is back for the new season. Leaving from Christ The King Club in Coundon to the Ricoh Arena for all home games. The coach leaves the club approximately 35mins prior to kick off and returns after the match.
Prices remain the same as last season which are £3.50 for Adults, £2 for under 16's and £5 Family Ticket (one adult//one under 16). Tickets will be available from behind the bar For Further Info you can contact the Sky Blue Express on // 07974532056 // www.facebook.com/skyblueexpress // www.twitter.com/skyblueexpress
CTK Parish Centre, 14 Westhill Road, Coundon, Coventry, CV6 2AA
Some car satellite navigation systems have not been updated to show Coventry City FC as playing at the Ricoh Arena. Those visiting the ground for the first time are advised to enter "Phoenix Way" and the post code "CV6 6GE" instead.
The 101 bus service from Pool Meadow should be running for this game.
The 804/805 De Courcey services are.
ADMISSION Normal midweek match admission rates apply; http://www.coventrycity-mad.co.uk/feat/ed15/18_cheapest_adult_ticket_for_tuesday_night_766214/index.shtml
Corporate Hospitality; http://www.coventrycity-mad.co.uk/news/tmnw/city_v_crawley_match_hospitality_765509/index.shtml
The currently appointed referee for Coventry City's League One game agaiinst Crawley Town on Tuesday night at the Ricoh Arena is Stephen Rushton from Staffordhire.
The son of a Football League referee, Mr Rushton took up refereeing to earn some extra pocket money and help with his GCSE PE. He was an Assistant Referee before getting on the National List of Referees in 2007/2008.
His last City game was the 0-0 draw at Hull City on October 2nd 2010 and his only previous other game was a 0-0 pre-season game at Shrewsbury Rown on July 27th 2010,
This season, Mr Rushton has had 13 matches and shown 42 yellow cards and eight red cards.
His assistants are Danny Gratton and Sarah Garratt. The Fourth Official is Geoff Law.
Bookmakers are hedging their best over Coventry City's home game against Crawley Town on Tuesday night.
The bookies are offering odds of 7/4 for both City and Crawley, making their first ever appearance at the Ricoh Arena to win. You can get 12/5 on the draw.
Crawley's Gary Alexander is favourite to score the first goal in the game which kicks off at 7.45pm. He is a 5/1 shot with David McGoldrick at 6/1.
If you are having a bet on the game, make sure you shop around for the best odds available. You can check the odds being offered by some of the leading bookmakers by clicking on http://www.oddschecker.com/football/english/league-1/coventry-v-crawley/winner
Well after our venture out to the East North/East Stand corner on Saturday, we return to our “home” for Coventry City's home game against Crawley Town on Tuesday night.
It was lovely to meet so many new fans on Saturday and we hope that we will see you again at future games down in the Family Zone.
On Tuesday, our volunteers, who all pay for their own season tickets, will have all of our usual free craft activities, face painting and of course the games consoles will be back in action.
Hopefully Sky Blue Sam and a couple of players will also be paying us a visit. Come and join us – we will be there until approx. 7.15pm